Go1, Australia-based learning, skilling and content platform, has announced the appointments of key C-suites to their executive leadership team.
As per the company's release, Ashleigh Loughnan, Ben Allen, Anthony Ugoni and Jared Goralnick have been appointed as Chief People Officer, Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Data Officer and Senior Vice President, Product Management respectively.
The appointments coincides with the Australia-based content hub announced the funding of US$ 100 million in their latest funding round spear-headed by AirTree Ventures.
Ashleigh Loughnan comes with has more than fiften years of experience working in human resources, operational, and leadership roles in both startup and public companies. Previously, she was working as Group Executive, People and Culture at Super Loop and counts Wotif group (owned by Expedia) as her previous employers. At Go1, She will be responsible for creating different pathways to secure top talent and create and execute a DEI strategy.
Ben Allen brings nearly a decade of experience in B2B SaaS go-to-market leadership. Previously, he was the marketing leader at Snapdocs and counts Apttus (now Conga) & Morgan Stanley as his previous employers. He will headline Go1’s marketing strategy and execution globally from the U.S.
Antony Ugoni has held a variety of senior leadership positions in data and analytics and is currently Chairperson on the advisory board for the Institute of Analytics Professionals of Australia. As the new Chief Data Officer, Ugoni will lead Go1’s data and data science teams, serving both internal business intelligence needs and enhancing the Go1 platform’s governance and utility of data. He has previously worked with Flow of work co and Bupa in leadership capacity.
Jared Goralnick has a track record of leading innovative and high-performing product teams, most recently holding the position as VP of Product at Upwork. As the new Senior Vice President, Product Management at Go1, he will lead product development efforts globally.
With Go1 appointing new leaders to accelerate their growth globally, it would be interesting to see how they kick-start their plan in the post-pandemic world.